Apparently now convinced that those companies only did it to toe the line. To be politically correct. Common sense will prevail. PayPal won't be missed in NC. In fact, expect to see their business decline going forward. They're playing a fool's game.
They're all just toeing the line. It would be politically incorrect (bad for business) to do otherwise. So don't get excited. Common sense will prevail. PayPal won't be missed. In fact, their business will decline.
Reckless Roy says the rights of Perv's and BT's trumps the safety and stability of children in the restroom, locker room, and shower. Fire this fool! And remember this simpleton's stupidity come November.
Agreed. She's withholding critical shareholder right-to-know information. She should have gotten out there in front of this. Pathetic.
You're as bad as Sno. So a few (6) long hedge funds exit during the 3rd qtr, right before blowout results and a 10%-15% (35% initially) rise in the share price, and this article goes public a couple/few days ago, and you're trying to make a connection between the two?
He definitely is playing a different angle now. Just a week or two ago "we had probably seen the last of sub .40". My guess is he's either now short or has sold a portion of his extensive long position (starting with those $2+ buys) and is attempting to average down. He definitely keeps 'em guessing. Or he's just plain bipolar. No Long would ever be this negative (or honest and truthful, to his own financial detriment, as he would like us to believe). Definitely a piece of work.
You're right. 1.3B+ potential customers in China vs .3B+ in the U.S.. With price controls/negotiations in the U.S. just a matter of time. And a rising middle class in China. What a simpleton. NBI down 20% this month.
Clueless. More like, fallout from Hillary's yacking about price controls. If you want to blame Blobel, where are the buybacks? Especially with this low volume and no U.S. exposure.
Yeah, makes no sense, unless Blobel's bidding it up via their buyback plan right before he unloads more options. If that's the case, can't find too much fault with that as it does keep the price somewhat stable. However, as a publicly traded company, we should all expect to see advances in their revenue stream/profitability this year to the benefit of the rest of us.
Given the almost 100% sp appreciation over the past year, it's acceptable, and common. You keep on trying to talk it down so you can "trade" it. You're such a dolt.
You're right, has nothing to do with China. From john33340's SEC finding: 9,550,000 shares of common stock MAY be issued and sold under the 2015 Employee Incentive/Options Plan. Looks like nothing more than a blip in the road.
On top of the carnage in Iraq since his self-directed destabilization of that country. You don't hear Obama bragging about that troop withdrawal anymore, do you. Gotta be the most unqualified president of all time. A global mockery. Commence the next Apology Tour.